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Zubair Abdullah-Vetter

Zubair Abdullah-Vetter
UNSW Sydney | UNSW · School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering

PhD Candidate

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Introduction
Combining artificial intelligence (AI) with UNSW-developed techniques, such as PL imaging, to bring new insights to the photovoltaic (PV) industry. My research assists developing higher standards for quality and reliability of photovoltaic devices. With faster and more efficient AI driven analysis techniques, we can make better and cheaper PV systems.This is a critical as the solar industry continues to grow. The most crucial aspect of my research is its contribution to tackling climate change.

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Publications (9)
Technical Report
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Executive Summary Australia's social and community housing could host as much as 1.8 Gigawatts (GW) of rooftop solar, allowing some of Australia's most vulnerable energy consumers to benefit from the low cost of solar. This is enough to: • provide more than 2,000 skilled jobs for 5 years • save 440,000 households an average of $750 every year for 2...
Technical Report
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Research by UNSW and APVI shows there is a lead role for AFL, cricket and soccer clubs, associations and national governing organisations to play in mitigating the impacts of climate change in Australia. This document reports the findings on AFL.
Technical Report
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Research by UNSW and APVI shows there is a lead role for AFL, cricket and soccer clubs, associations and national governing organisations to play in mitigating the impacts of climate change in Australia. This document reports the findings on Australian Cricket.
Technical Report
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Research by UNSW and APVI shows there is a lead role for AFL, cricket and soccer clubs, associations and national governing organisations to play in mitigating the impacts of climate change in Australia. This document reports the findings on Australian Soccer.

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Project
This project was part of an enabling research project funded by the Australian Solar Institute and ARENA to accurately model predicted PV output in urban environments using GIS spatial and weather data, and to map the potential for photovoltaics on Australian rooftops on the Australian PV Institute's Solar Maps platform: http://pv-map.apvi.org.au. New methodologies have been tested and developed to use different data sets, including low-resolution LiDAR digital elevation models. The tool accounts for solar radiation and weather at the site; PV system area, tilt, orientation and shading from nearby buildings and vegetation. The methods and the validation results have been published, so they can be used and adapted by other research groups.